Bringing Order to Chaos: The Development of Nation-State Cyber-Norms


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Cyberspace is regularly described in the media (and by cybersecurity vendors) as a lawless domain with few constraints on major players such as nation-states, but recent events do not bear that out. This panel will review behavior by these major players that reveals evolving standards of conduct that constructively shape their behavior.

Learning Objectives:
1: Hear case against myth that Cyberspace is a lawless domain with no constraints on states.
2: Explore a framework to help understand nation-state behavior in the cyber-domain.
3: Understand how nation-state threats might impact your organization.

Participants
Catherine Lotrionte

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Director, Institute for Law, Science and Global Security, Georgetown University

James Lewis

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Senior Vice President, Center for Strategic International Studies (CSIS)

Paul Rosenzweig

Participant

Senior Fellow, R Street Institute

Tom Corcoran

Participant

Head of Cyber Security, Farmers Insurance Group

cyberterrorism government spying threat intelligence cyber warfare & cyber weapons


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